Situated at the end of the iconic Great Ocean Road, Port Fairy Golf Club offers a true natural links experience unrivalled by any on the Australian mainland.
A little over three hours’ drive from Melbourne and only a five-minute drive from the award-winning Port Fairy township, the golf course is nestled amongst rolling unspoilt sand dunes and boasts breathtaking views of the raging Southern Ocean.
Often compared to the famed links courses of Scotland and Ireland, Port Fairy Golf Links offers a unique golfing challenge without the 24-hour flight to indulge your passion.
Currently ranked at No.14 in Australia’s Top-100 Public Access Courses and rated as number one in the country for green fees under $50 by Golf Australia Magazine, Port Fairy Golf Links will not disappoint travelling golfers looking for a new destination to mark on their golfing calendar.
Mortlake Golf Club was formed in 1902 at the base of Mount Shadwell and was relocated at its present site in 1930’s.
The golf course is now a nine hole grass greens with couch fairways and has fully watered greens, fairways and tees.
The clubhouse has a full liquor licence with golf being played all year round. The clubhouse is open to visitors.
Competitions are held every Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
Green fees are $15.00 per player.
Located on the Ellerslie-Framlingham Road – north east of Warrnambool, this challenging 9 hole course, planned in a tranquil setting along the banks of the Hopkins river, is mainly flat with well grassed, tree lined fairways and manicured grass greens.
It is a natural habitat for native fauna – especially koalas and an abundance of birdlife.
The course is located only 25 minutes drive from Warrnambool and the Great Ocean Road.
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